The City of   Evanston’s annual Food Truck Fest and Starlight Concert comes to Brummel Park   on Thursday, July 25 with delectable food truck delights and the music of The Congregation  – classic soul meets rock and roll in this dynamic eight-piece collective   from Chicago.

Come early and come  hungry to experience the latest dining trend: Food Trucks!Starting at   5:30 p.m., Evanston’s first and only food truck, Hummingbird Kitchen,   will be joined by The Tamale Spaceship, Sweet Ride, Taquero Fusion, 5411: Gourmet Empanadas,   and new for 2013: Babycakes Gourmet and Curried.

“I am thrilled to be   celebrating the third year of the Food Truck Festival at the Starlight   Concert at Brummel Park. We have added new food trucks this year and it   is always a celebration of great food and music,” said Evanston Alderman   Ann Rainey (3rd Ward).

        The Congregation features Gina Bloom, a singer whose raw and   powerful vocals are underscored by Charlie Wayne’s dynamic guitar riffs, the   band’s garage rock rhythms and the lively call and response of a three-piece   horn section. When it comes to the songwriting, you won’t find any   sugarcoated love songs here–you’ll get a little bit of longing and a whole   lot of wronging.

The concert will   take place from 7:30 to 9:00 p.m. on July 25. Free Starlight Concerts   are presented every summer by the City of Evanston. The 2013 series features   17 outdoor concerts at six park locations throughout the city. All   performances are free to the public, and will take place from 7:30 to 9:00   p.m.

In the event of   inclement weather, rain site information will be available after 4:30 p.m. on   the show date by calling 847-448-8058, 847-448-8260 or 311. The rain   site is Levy Senior Center for   Brummel Park concerts.

For the   complete concert schedule, visit cityofevanston.org/starlight.